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Samtec previews 2022 gEEk spEEK webinar topics

24 November 2021 Events

Samtec’s gEEk spEEK team and presenters will continue providing free educational videos to design and engineering customers when the gEEk spEEk Signal Integrity Webinar Series returns in 2022. Many signal integrity engineers continue to work from home, however, technical skills still need to be sharpened. In 2022, the gEEk spEEk webinar series features a range of new industry topics and technology trends.

One of the key attractions of gEEK spEEK is co-host Scott McMorrow, strategic technologist at Samtec. “Samtec raises the bar yet again with the gEEk spEEk SI Webinar Series. We saw a need for the technical community during Covid-19 and we took it,” he said. “After the second year, our webinars continue to achieve rave reviews by our customers. We’re looking forward to another year of technical excellence.”

Additionally, gEEk spEEK offers an open space for interacting with McMorrow and other Samtec technical experts like Istvan Novak, Gustavo Blando and Richard Mellitz. In 2022, gEEk spEEk will feature additional Samtec engineering and SI experts.

Here are the initial webinars planned so far:

24 February: Single-ended design analysis in a differential world

28 April: Effects of connector mating and normal forces on signal integrity.

16 June: Design techniques for EMI mitigation.

On-demand gEEk spEEk presentations

Life is full of twists and turns and not all interested engineers can listen to gEEk spEEk webinars in real-time. Fortunately, all gEEK spEEk recorded webinars and presentation files are available on demand to fit anyone’s schedule.

Visit www.samtec.com/geekspeek for the latest registration and presentation details, or email [email protected] if you have any questions about the presentations.


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